Since 2004, Cohda Wireless has led the way in CAV technology, with proven applications for connecting vehicles, infrastructure and pedestrians that will make our streets safer, smarter and greener.
Our innovative software solutions connect vehicles to each other and to smart city infrastructure, enabling accurate vehicle positioning, and cooperative collision avoidance and congestion reduction. Cohda Wireless technology allows vehicles to see around corners, know where they are without GPS, and interact with traffic infrastructure seamlessly in real time.
Our cooperative perception solutions span:
- Vehicle-to Vehicle (V2V)
- Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I)
- Vehicle-to-Pedestrian (V2P)
Collectively known as V2X, this technology allows vehicles to communicate with each other and with fixed roadside infrastructure, as well as vulnerable road users such as pedestrians and cyclists. Cohda’s V2X solutions solve problems that can’t be solved by in-car technology alone – connectivity is the key.
Cohda Wireless is a world leader in this emerging field. We’ve been involved in vehicle trials since 2006, and now over 60% of global V2X trials use Cohda Wireless technology.
Deployments of Cohda’s technology have included the world’s first production vehicles, tough underground mining environments, major commuting projects, pioneering truck platooning initiatives and smart city programs to to avoid accidents, reduce congestion and be more efficient.
Connected autonomous vehicles on our roads will become an everyday reality when we have solved the issue of connecting vehicles with both infrastructure and people in a comprehensive manner that offers the best guarantee of safety for all parties. In the AIMES test bed, Cohda’s technology, in conjunction with Cisco and others, is enabling vehicles and pedestrians to communicate with each other to make road-use safer in a variety of real-life scenarios. The key to technology being able to deliver better outcomes as far as road safety is concerned, is interoperability. The various systems involved must be compatible with one another and this is the benefit that Cohda’s technology brings to an initiative such as AIMES and others we are involved in all over the world.
—Paul Gray, CEO